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18 August 13

gahkee:

What with the getting married and everything, I haven’t had a lot of time to draw in the past couple of weeks here. I’m horribly timid and out of practice. If I break my mental practice, my skills fall out because I get nervous. I worked on a little grumpy pinup of Mr. Sticha, one of the characters from the book I’m working on, to try to start to get myself warmed up to crank out some pages. After dinner I’m gonna sit down and bravely work out a page. Hopefully it goes better than this drawing did. I’m not happy with it.

Various pens, Chartpak markers and white paint on paper.

Hey check it out!

Reblogged: gauntimages

30 July 13
I was a bit nervous as I was scrolling through the slideshow and didn’t see Michigan represented. I should have known better! 2 in the top 10! There are some stellar craft breweries on this list. There are some superior breweries in Michigan that didn’t make it; really, in my opinion, they should beat out some of these guys. But Kalamazoo’s own Bell’s is on here as well as Founders! Yum! It seems like this list is largely based on who has nailed Belgian-style ales. I’m not arguing about #1 though. Whatever your thoughts on Dogfish Head, they make some damn good beer. Finally, I’m very excited to be moving a block away from two new ale houses opening up this year on Academy Ave. I think that’s all I have to say about beer tonight. Cheers!
http://www.thedailymeal.com/25-best-craft-breweries-america-slideshow

I was a bit nervous as I was scrolling through the slideshow and didn’t see Michigan represented. I should have known better! 2 in the top 10! 

There are some stellar craft breweries on this list. There are some superior breweries in Michigan that didn’t make it; really, in my opinion, they should beat out some of these guys. But Kalamazoo’s own Bell’s is on here as well as Founders! Yum! 

It seems like this list is largely based on who has nailed Belgian-style ales. I’m not arguing about #1 though. Whatever your thoughts on Dogfish Head, they make some damn good beer. 

Finally, I’m very excited to be moving a block away from two new ale houses opening up this year on Academy Ave. 

I think that’s all I have to say about beer tonight. Cheers!

http://www.thedailymeal.com/25-best-craft-breweries-america-slideshow

19 July 13
gahkee:

Fast “before bed” pen sketch of my writer, the talented Mr. Richard Carbonneau, then some digital screentones thrown on it.
Looks best at 100% ——> http://25.media.tumblr.com/d14d7a5ce72999ae1624135eef2ff44e/tumblr_mq658zjYUk1qkvjs9o1_1280.jpg

gahkee:

Fast “before bed” pen sketch of my writer, the talented Mr. Richard Carbonneau, then some digital screentones thrown on it.

Looks best at 100% ——> http://25.media.tumblr.com/d14d7a5ce72999ae1624135eef2ff44e/tumblr_mq658zjYUk1qkvjs9o1_1280.jpg

Reblogged: gauntimages

12 July 13
cvvc:

Samuel Beckett’s working manuscript for Murphy. Cancelled version of the opening sentence and doodles, including (bottom left) James Joyce in profile.Sotheby’s

cvvc:

Samuel Beckett’s working manuscript for Murphy. Cancelled version of the opening sentence and doodles, including (bottom left) James Joyce in profile.
Sotheby’s

(Source: iyyi)

Reblogged: joyceansreadjoyce

Posted: 2:38 AM

mysticplaces:

The Last Stand | photos of deteriorating defensive fortifications in England, Scotland and France by Marc Wilson

submission by bism

Filing this under: more cool D&D locations. 

Reblogged: dorkery

11 July 13
knightsofsummer:

theparisreview:

In 1963, a sixteen-year-old San Diego high school student named Bruce McAllister sent a four-question mimeographed survey to 150 well-known authors of literary, commercial, and science fiction. Did they consciously plant symbols in their work? he asked. Who noticed symbols appearing from their subconscious, and who saw them arrive in their text, unbidden, created in the minds of their readers? When this happened, did the authors mind?
Seventy-five writers replied.

“The conclusion I came to was that nobody had asked them. New Criticism was about the scholars and the text; writers were cut out of the equation. Scholars would talk about symbolism in writing, but no one had asked the writers.”

knightsofsummer:

theparisreview:

In 1963, a sixteen-year-old San Diego high school student named Bruce McAllister sent a four-question mimeographed survey to 150 well-known authors of literary, commercial, and science fiction. Did they consciously plant symbols in their work? he asked. Who noticed symbols appearing from their subconscious, and who saw them arrive in their text, unbidden, created in the minds of their readers? When this happened, did the authors mind?

Seventy-five writers replied.

“The conclusion I came to was that nobody had asked them. New Criticism was about the scholars and the text; writers were cut out of the equation. Scholars would talk about symbolism in writing, but no one had asked the writers.”

Reblogged: saxifraga-x-urbium

9 July 13

'Ulysses' by James Joyce, illustrated by David Lasky

'Ulysses' by James Joyce, illustrated by David Lasky

Posted: 9:22 AM
8 July 13

(Source: weheartit.com)

Reblogged: saxifraga-x-urbium

Posted: 4:10 AM

marvelous-mr-m:

Random Awesome panels from The Invisibles Vol. 2 by Grant Morrison and Phil Jimenez

Reblogged: dac-9

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh